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. in 1927, president calvin coolidge made my point when he sent this christmas message to the american people, quote: christmas is not a time or a season but a state of mind. to cherish peace and goodwill, to be plentyst and mercy is to have the real spirit of christmas. if we think on these things there will be born in us a savior and over us will shine a star sending its gleam of hope to the world, unquote. that's from my private collection, by the way. is calvin coolidge promoting religion in that christmas greeting? of course not. he is promoting a mind set of goodwill. more intelligent far left people tell you is correct. historically and they want any hint of spirit out of the public square. earlier this week: rhode island governor lincoln chaffee was asked by a reporter exactly why he will not call the state christmas tree a christmas tree. >> do you understand how some people feel like you have somehow negated their traditions? >> yes. you are absolutely right. >> whether it's gay marriage or accepting immigrants. >> you are absolutely right. they don't want to believe it's ti
legalized alcohol. kids drink alcohol. >> bill: you and calvin coolidge back to 1930. what you did was pettifogging. you avoided the fact by introducing something else to talk about. mary katharine? all right. you have had yours. >> my drink. >> let me take us back to the family stuff real quickly. first of all, conservatives need to understand this is something that i have talked about for a while that we can't wait four people to get married to conservative. we can't wait for people because they are church goers to be conservative. it takes a little bit more convincing than it used to because people's lifestyles used to drive them toward this philosophy. we have to do more convincing. that's why it takes some here is the other thing i think you are right, bill, so many unintended consequences of this corrupt federal government to solve every problem that often you end up with, what, single motherhood and parenthood driving 40% of income inequality which is not the result that the left wants but it's what it ends up with. try to solve that with more subsidies. not a healthy way an
. starting to crack, some of these pages are separating. this is a photograph of calvin coolidge the day before he became president. he was in plymouth, vermont. visiting his father. doing some chores, this is a press photograph and he did have the press along with him. you can see they took one photograph here of him with his jacket on. then another one of him without the suit jacket on. coolidge was really pretty well versed at using the press to his advantage. the fact that he was from vermont was a health and his political life. he used it and he visited them at several time as governor of massachusetts, and later vice president and president. this is when he was doing tours in plymouth. the next day he would be president of the united states. warranty harding died respectively, and coolidge was sworn in in his father's living room by his father. he later we administer the oath of office when he arrived back in washington. i like this album because in addition to the oppressed people, it also has his family snapshots and it and the more informal pictures. this is a picture of one of
was narrowly defeated by wilson in 1916 before being appointed secretary of state by calvin coolidge. >> enough with the real news now lewis with the water cooler. >> time to gather around the water cooler to watch more exciting details about the david general petraeus scandal. >> petraeus wouldn't turn over the plans on the microfiche, perhaps there was a chase with a mini cooper with saws for hands. >> law enforcement and multiple u.s. officials tell nbc news that e-mails between him and paula broadwell, his biographer, were indicative of an extramarital affair. >> really? e-mail? all they had to do to have america's spy master general was to logon to his e-mail? any way we can intrigue that little sound bite up a bit? ♪ >> law enforcement and multiple u.s. officials tell nbc news that e-mails between him and paula broadwell, his biographer, were indicative of an extramarital affair. >> how exciting! >> little roger moore action there. steven colbert fesses up to an inappropriate relationship of his own. >> it's time for me to come clean. i had an improper relationship with my biographer. s
. that is crystal clear. i don't lament that. i'm not pining for a return to calvin coolidge i just reported it but for crazed idealogues that's inconsequential. the post summed up their dishonest commentary saying quote: it's encouraging that many republicans are repudiating the contemptuous and contemptible o'reilly-romney world view unquote. here is what is really contemptible. you guys spinning an honest look at the vote as a diatribe against poor people and minorities. that's what's contemptible. the "the washington post" editorial staff could not care less about the truth. that american society is dependent on a giant federal nanny which cannot possibly afford all of the stuff it is giving out. that's the truth. we are turning into a western europe. and that is exactly what the "the washington post" wants. their world view is destructive to america. it will be confronted here. that's the memo. by the way, jon stewart hopped on this bandwagon and i will deal with him a bit later on in the broadcast. next on the rundown, juan and mary katharine react to the talking points. >> continuing
idea. >> you know, calvin coolidge had also been among that group and the stewardship of the market. we all know how that turned out. any final thoughts? >> final thoughts are that i think romney has the momentum. i am more pleasantly surprised about how he has turned this around. the first debate obviously gave him the momentum to build off of. and i think we are looking better than i thought we would be going into november 6. >> i want to thank you both for joining us tonight. always great. neil: getting news in from all this ongoing flood damage. apparently the latest victim of the flood damage, no less than the september 11 memorial built around old world trade center. we were showing you this picture last night during serious flooding in and around the site. it is to the extreme right of the screen and it was originally the base of the world trade center towers and the flooding has gotten to the point now where it is threatening the foundation level itself of the museum and everything that is around it and under construction. keep in mind this is not finished. it is the museum that
president -- of calvin coolidge the day before he became president. he did have the press along with him. he took one photograph with his suit jacket on, and another one without the suit jacket on. >> more from the historical society this weekend as we look behind the scenes, saturday at noon eastern on c-span2, and sunday at 5:00 p.m. on c-span3. >> "washington journal" continues. host: we want to introduce you to john prible, the vice- president of the independent insurance agents and brokers of america. our topic is the national flood insurance. this article was in the "the wall street journal" yesterday. what is the responsibility divide when it comes to recovering from sandy? guest: that article and the headline captures what is going on. any typical insurance event for and the hurricane, there is going to be damage caused by wind, fallen trees. there is going to be fires from natural gas lines. all those damages are going to be covered by your standard typical homeowner's insurance by the private market. you are going to contact your insurance company, and they are going to cover it wi
." and joy reid managing editor of thegrio.com. of who always brings 100%. >> borrowing the words of calvin coolidge who said the business of america is business. the most respected businessman turned politician mike bloomberg has just endorsed the president. what do you make of that move? >> what was interesting was one of the reasons mayor bloomberg cited, which was climate change. looking at the devastating impact of the storm sandy -- >> due mean that nonsensical, mumbo jumbo, nonsense that isn't believable. >> we will remember when mitt romney joked, actually joked, about rising ocean levels and the president's desire to do something about it during his speech in tampa. and so i think mike bloomberg is taking that quite seriously, and even though this isn't been an issue unfortunately in this campaign and even though i think the president cares about this, wants to do something about it, he's been sort of beat back by obstructionistic congress on this front, mike bloomberg sees it as a serious matter. it's a reminder in these closing days when we get focused on firewalls and gaffes and
. this is a photograph of calvin coolidge the day before he became president. he was in plymouth, vermont, visiting his father, doing his chores. this is a price photograph them as we did have the price along with him. you can see they took one photograph of him here with his suit jacket on and then another one of him without his suit jacket on. >> now, and i'm whereby at 16 air pilot, dan hampton who was caught to secure the airspace on 9/11 and the dealer shall attack on iraq. >> thanks for coming, especially on a deity like today. who won the game? ouch. batter close? 21 to 21. we can live with that. anyway, thanks for coming. like she said, i spent 20 years flying fighters and never actually intended to write a book. it came about more or less by accident. anybody watch the fox and friends interview earlier last week? probably not. they asked me the single question and it's not something one takes about them we don't talk about it very much. so i think it's a good glimpse into a world that again is that normally accessible. and i've been really surprised -- i shouldn't have been, but i've been real
to cast their vote to. no president has won without this president except calvin coolidge. 4.5 million voted ahead of time that is why we saw big lines early that is been a big issue of florida but it is lighter. cheryl: it will be a long night. dennis: as the numbers start to have been at 5:00 p.m. with stuart varney, lou dobbs than neil cavuto. you will bring as the exit polls? >> we will be in the virtual studio. dennis: they could be controversial you could negative the hopes if released to early. >> we have a meeting about that. sandra smith brings of the names of the stock. >> and we have a live report from nevada. >> look at the 10 year treasury. >> by a at robert gray. with your fox business brief eight people have been shot to word dead in california at a food company. the abc affiliate reports the suspect is among those dead but it hasn't been confirmed. united arab emirates have requested to buy missile defense from lockheed martin buy it as the boy $6 billion. the sale has been approved we began up to lawmakers to repeal it. >> regulators looking into unauthorized trading
this is a photograph of calvin coolidge the day before he became president. he was in plymouth, vermont, visiting his father, doing some chores. this is a press photographed permissively at the press along with them. you can see they took one photographs of him here with his suit jacket on and another one of them without the suit jacket on. coolidge was pretty well-versed at using the press to his vantage. the fact that he was from vermont was a hope in his political life and he used it. he visited planet several times when he was governor of massachusetts and later vice president and president. anyway, this is when he was doing chores and planet. the next day he would be president of the united states. warren g harding died unexpectedly. coolidge was sworn in in his father's living room by his father was a just to set the peace. they later we administered the oath about this when he arrived back in washington. i like this album because it has in addition to the photographs by press people, it also has some family snapshot the net, some more informal pictures. this is a picture of one of the coolidge
of these pages are separating. this is a photograph of calvin coolidge the day before he became president. he was in plymouth, vermont, visiting his father, doing some chores. this is a press photographs. he did have the press along with them. you can be the tip one photograph of him here with his suit jacket on and then another one of him without the suit jacket on. coolidge was really pretty well-versed at using the press to his advantage. the fact that he was from vermont with the help and his political life. he used it, visit under several times that as governor of massachusetts and later vice president and president. anyway, this is when he was doing tours in plymouth. the next day he would be president of the united states. warren g harding died unexpectedly. coolidge was sworn in in his father's living room by his father. they later were administered the oath of office when he thrived back in washington. i like this album because it has in addition to photographs by price people, and also had some family snapshot then it promised a more informal pictures. this is a picture of one of th
's get though album documents the calvin coolidge family during their white house years and before. the coolidgef family papers. one box is just photographs, then several boxes of other documents, the photographs are heavy. and the album should be in the back of the box here. here it is. unfortunately, it is on black acidic paper. there is not much we can do about that because we did not what to change the artifact nature of the album itself. it is starting to crack. some of these pages are separating. this is a photograph of calvin coolidge the day before he became president. he was in plymouth, vt., visiting his father, doing some chores. this is a press photograph. he had the press with him. they took one photograph of him with his suit jacket, then another of him. >> more from the vermont historical society this weekend as ""book tv," "american history tv," and others looked at for mont's state capital, not appeal year. -- montepelier. now to the year -- now to the errors and the u.s. senate debate between jeff like and dr. rich carmona. they're running for the open seat of ret
of the album itself. starting to crack, some of these pages are separating. this is a photograph of calvin coolidge the day before he became president. he was in plymouth vermont visiting his father, doing some chores. he did have the press along with them. you can see they took one photograph fear of him with his suit jacket on. and then another one of him without the suit jacket on. >> more from the vermont historical society this weekend, look behind the scenes of history and literary life of vermont's state capital, montpelier, saturday at noon eastern on booktv on c-span2 and sunday at 5 p.m. on american history tv on c-span3. >> these are the stories your textbooks left out. they're great stories about real people in american history, very important moments in american history that we don't know about. the first pilgrims in america came 50 years before the mayflower sailed. they were french. they made wind. than the good sense to lead in florida in june instead of december in massachusetts but then they were wiped out by the spanish. we completely let the story out of the textbooks.
are separating. this is a photograph of calvin coolidge the day before he became president. he was in plymouth, vt. the visiting his father, doing some chores. this is a press photograph, so he did have the press with him. it took one photograph of him here with his suit jacket on. there is another one without the suit jacket on. >> more from the vermont historical society this weekend as "book tv," american history tv" look at montpelier on c-span 2 and friday on c-span 3. >>jon tester is being challeneged by danny rehberg. our coverage of the fourth and final debate is courtesy of the montana tv network. this is about one hour. >> you are watching the 2012 montana's u.s. senate debate. to live for being part of our broadcast tonight. i am your moderator. on behalf of all of us here at the montana television network, i want to to for an exciting night of politics. 2012 is a watershed year in politics for montanans. every race from the president on down to the bottom of the ballot is up for a vote. we do have a historic opportunity to shape the future of our state and nation, and we are lookin
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